On December 25, the nation will celebrate Quaid-e-Azam Day with full zeal.
ISLAMABAD On December 25 (Sunday), the 146th birthday of Pakistan's founder, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, everyone will pledge to uphold his guiding principles of unity, faith, and discipline across the country.
The entire nation is busy making preparations to pay rich tributes to the nation's founding father for his unwavering struggle, sagacity, and leadership that resulted in the establishment of a separate homeland for Muslims of the subcontinent. The celebration will be held with traditional zeal and fervor.
To highlight Quaid-e-Azam's messages and vision, both public and private departments will organize a variety of events, including competitions, seminars, conferences, and discussion programs.
On the anniversary of the founding of Pakistan, the national flag will be flown from major government buildings across the country. Special prayers for the country's safety, progress, and prosperity will begin the day.
On the day, special events will be planned to highlight and promote the nation's founding principles, particularly those regarding democracy, the rule of law, and the supremacy of the constitution.
On December 25 (Sunday), the Pakistan National Heritage Museum will host special programs presented by the Lok Virsa, the National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage.
The Heritage Museum Hall, Lok Virsa, Islamabad, will also host a grand opening ceremony with lively performances.
The Pakistan National Monument Museum will also show video documentaries about Quaid-i-Azam.
In conjunction with the Youm-i-Quaid celebrations, the Nazariya Pakistan Council also organized essay writing competitions in which students from a variety of educational establishments competed and displayed their extraordinary oratorical abilities.
On Saturday, December 24, the Islamabad Cycling Association will hold a Cycle Race on the main roads around F-9 Park (Bolan Gate).
Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the Quaid-i-Azam, was a true and upright leader who dedicated himself to establishing a separate homeland for Muslims on the Sub-Continent.
He changed the world's map with his vision and leadership skills. Quaid-e-Azam should serve as an example to the younger generation and they should adhere to his principles.
What is the famous quote of Quaid e Azam?
“Think a hundred times before you take a decision, but once that decision is taken, stand by it as one man.”